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The Liar in Speech, The Bush Lesion Begins to Pus (tags)
Just as George Bush and his criminal gang stole election 2000 by committing high crimes and misdemeanors, today the commander and thief in his speech before the Coast Guard commencement class attempted to steal the real answer to "Why do they hate us?".
The Road Map to Peace is Just More Catch-22 (tags)
This so-called road map to peace that was delivered to the Palestinian and Israeli governments today is just a continuation of the unstated Bush regime policy of "no negotiations as long as there's violence which means no negotiations at all ever".
Did James Woolsey let the World War IV Cat Out of the Bag (tags)
When former CIA Director James Woolsey began talking about World War IV, a war essentially against all so-called Islamists forces that preach hate against America, did he let some the details of the Bush regime's long term plans and present actions in Iraq out of the bag?
EU Draws a Line in the Sand (tags)
Now that the European Union has drawn a line in the sand by bringing the exiled word "Central" back to center stage in a vote on Thursday April 17th. 2003 that demands that the U.N. play the "Central" role in rebuilding Iraq
U.S. Lost the War Before It Started (tags)
Undoubtedly the U.S. will experience a military victory in Iraq as well as a complete and thorough occupation of the entire country but a military occupation does not a society make.
Oil for White People! Woohoo, Dead Iraqi Children Now! (tags)
It seems that the corporate press cabal of CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, Regime controlled NPR and just about every major newspaper in America sets policy for press coverage week to week
The Handmaid's Tale Proceeding on Schedule! (tags)
My fellow Canadian, Margaret Atwood, could not have predicted what we're now going through more accurately.
I call for economic sanctions against the Republican Party and their donors (tags)
40-Day Fast Launced to Protest 11 Years of Iraq Sanctions (tags)
Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with former U.N. Under-Secretary General Denis Halliday, who had been in charge of Iraq's oil for food program until he resigned his post in protest of the sanctions in 1998. Halliday explains why he and others continue to work for an end to the economic sanctions against Iraq.